As we've heard previously, the iPhone 11 Pro and larger model (which we're assuming will be called the iPhone 11 Pro Max) will both feature triple rear cameras.
Low light photos are also said to improve, as are video recording capabilities, with Apple claimed to have developed a feature for live retouching, effects, colour correction and cropping.
The new laptop would mark Apple's largest since the 17-inch MacBook Pro was discontinued in 2012. The rumors led us to believe they would be very similar to existing models, but with faster chips and improved cameras. That means Apple will likely no longer sell a new model with a 9.7-inch display, discontinuing the original display size after using it for almost a decade.
Reverse wireless charging, improved Face ID, better water resistance nearly one year after Huawei first introduced the feature and around six months after Samsung announced its alternative, Apple has reportedly created its own reverse wireless charging system that'll be present on this year's "Pro" models.
Apple will also launch the already announced new Mac Pro and XDR Pro Display. Apple is reportedly adding a new component known as matrix co-processor for math-heavy tasks.
The Pro models will likely have reverse charging abilities so that one iPhone can charge another, or a user could potentially use an iPhone to charge their wireless charging AirPods. Before today, many expected the 11 series of new iPhone models to be a rather lukewarm update.
It is claimed users will be able to unlock Apple's next-generation handsets from multiple angles - like when they're lying flat on a table - thanks to a new Face ID sensor with a wider field of view. However, you should expect better "shatter-resistance" technology to help prevent damage when the iPhone 11 models are dropped. The version will be more expensive than the current $159 pair but should include new features such as water resistance and noise cancellation. New models will have new OLED displays with Haptic Touch replacing 3D Touch. You can find him at your local pro wrestling events, and wondering why Apple chose to ditch its MagSafe power adapters.